Bezemer, P., Peij, S., De Kruijs, L. & Maassen, G. (2014), How two-tier boards can be more effective. Corporate Governance: The International Journal of Business in Society, 14, 15-31.
VOL.14 NO.1 2014, pp.15-31, Emerald Group Publishing Limited, ISSN 1472-0701
This study seeks to explore how non-executive directors address governance problems on Dutch two-tier boards. Within this board model, challenges might be particularly difficult to address due to the formal separation of management boards’ decision-management from supervisory boards’ decision-control roles.
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